Michael Moss: Obesity as Advertised

Michael Moss: Obesity as Advertised

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By the turn of the century, one out of two Americans were overweight and a quarter of the population was classified as obese. In the battle for "stomach share," the processed food industry had already won the war. The only real battle left is waged daily in our grocery aisles: Prego or Ragu? Coke or Pepsi? The New York Times investigative reporter Michael Moss sits down with Steve Paikin to talk about what exactly the terms "all natural" and "real fruit" mean, and the close relationship between the food lobby and the United States government.